Have a closer look at preserved animal skeletons and exotic wildlife right at the heart of Davao City by joining this unique tour. You will visit two attractions, namely Crocodile Park and D”Bone Collector Museum, and learn fascinating facts about wild animals, crocodile farming, and skeleton bones of various tropical and marine species. This five-hour sightseeing tour includes admission fees to both tourist spots, a guide to assist you throughout the tour, and the convenience of a transport service to drive you around, with pick up and drop off points within Davao City.
The Davao Crocodile Park and Zoo is located at the Riverfront Corporate City by the Diversion Highway in Davao City, where a wide variety of animals are housed and cared for. It is equipped with modern facilities and equipment used for crocodile farming practices. Aside from the crocodiles, the park has a total of 72 exotic animals such as monkeys, bearcats, snakes, birds, and other reptiles. There’s also a Koi pond where you can feed the fish, and a Tiger exhibit. The venue is also used to promote animal conservation through public lectures and acts as a field laboratory for students and animal enthusiasts.
D’bone Collector Museum, on the other hand, is situated inside a Family Circus Compound in San Pedro St., Poblacion District in Davao City. Founded by American Darren Dean Blatchley, the 3-storey museum opened to the public in 2012 and currently includes an extensive collection of preserved remains, with 700 specimens of bones, skulls, and skeletons of various animals, all of which died from natural causes. It displays not just terrestrial bones like monkeys or horses, but marine life as well. On the top floor there is a huge 42 ft sperm whale skeleton among many other underwater species surrounding it.
Don’t miss the chance to interact with wildlife and see fossilized remains in Davao City on this half-day tour of Davao Crocodile Park and Zoo and D’bone Collector Museum. Check availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.
- Tour is available every Friday and Saturday.